RF IC filed a case against two Russians for participating in the “Right sector”
MOSCOW, April 11. /TASS/. Russia’s investigative Committee opened a criminal case against two Russians involved in activities of the extremist organization “Right sector” prohibited in Russia by the Supreme court. About TASS said the official representative SK the Russian Federation Svetlana Petrenko.
“Employees of Department on investigation of crimes involving the use of prohibited means and methods of warfare of GSU SK of Russia jointly with the FSB and MVD of Russia in the course of complex investigative and operational activities received sufficient evidence of the involvement of a resident of the Udmurt Republic Vyacheslav Donguzova and the inhabitant of the Arkhangelsk region Vyacheslav Eseva, citizens of the Russian Federation, the activities of the extremist organization “Right sector”, — she said.
According to the investigation, they participated on the side of “Right sector” in the fighting in the Donbass.
“According to the investigation, Donguz and Asew, supporting the goals of the organization “Right sector”, at different times, emigrated from the territory of the Russian Federation to Ukraine, where they were willingly accepted as fighters in the so-called Volunteer corps Ukrainian organization “Right sector”, and then became actively involved on the side of the organization in the fighting in the South-East of Ukraine against the self-proclaimed DND and LNR”, — said Petrenko. They had firearms, ammunition, communications equipment and vehicles.
Against the Russians instituted criminal proceedings on grounds of crimes under part 2 of article 282.2 of the criminal code (“Participation in an extremist organization”).
Petrenko also added that work to identify and prosecute members of the organization “Right sector” among the citizens of the Russian Federation continues.